Finland, Sweden, and Turkey may discuss the NATO membership process this month. This was announced by the Foreign Minister of Finland, Pekka Haavisto.
"We, of course, hope NATO members would process our application as rapidly as possible, and we have quite a good result: We have two countries remaining [to ratify Finnish and Swedish admission at their parliament]. We still have Hungary and Turkey left,” Haavisto said, Hurriyet Daily News reported.
The Finnish top diplomat reminded that officials from the three countries held their first technical meeting in late August in Finland and that the next one is planned to take place this month.